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Briefing on the situation in Libya as of 06/04/2019, 9:00

By Pierre Vaux This is part of a tranche of internal communications from deep inside infamous caterer turned troll farmer and mercenary backer Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Libya operation, always referred to simply as “the Company.”...

Possible motives for K. Haftar’s visit to Russia

By Pierre Vaux This is part of a tranche of internal communications from deep inside infamous caterer turned troll farmer and mercenary backer Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Libya operation, always referred to simply as “the Company.”...

Scenarios

By Pierre Vaux This is part of a tranche of internal communications from deep inside infamous caterer turned troll farmer and mercenary backer Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Libya operation, always referred to simply as “the Company.”...

Bolton for the exit

By Peter Jennings In the latest episode of ‘Donald Trump: The Presidency’, John Bolton is fired, proving that Trump can be the adult in the room. The Taliban didn’t get to mark the 9/11...

National security wrap

By Sunny Cao, Sarah O’Connor and James Rickard The beat UK court rules in favour of police use of facial recognition The High Court of England and Wales has dismissed a case brought against...

Chinese investment—risky business?

By Bonnie Mitchell Former US president Barack Obama characterised the message in American Factory, a new documentary produced by his company Higher Ground Productions, as a way to find common ground and move forward...

Jamahiriya TV

By Pierre Vaux This is part of a tranche of internal communications from deep inside infamous caterer turned troll farmer and mercenary backer Yevgeny Prigozhin’s Libya operation, always referred to simply as “the Company.”...

Still Waiting for Subs

By Russian Defense Policy Krivoruchko and Budnichenko at Sevmash The press-conference photo shows Deputy Defense Minister and arms tsar Aleksey Krivoruchko with Sevmash general director Mikhail Budnichenko. Heavily scaffolded CGN Admiral Nakhimov provides the...

Still Waiting for Subs

By Russian Defense Policy Krivoruchko and Budnichenko at Sevmash The press-conference photo shows Deputy Defense Minister and arms tsar Aleksey Krivoruchko with Sevmash general director Mikhail Budnichenko. Heavily scaffolded CGN Admiral Nakhimov provides the...

Unintended consequences of new farm labour regulations

By Beth Orton Preparations for the peak fruit-picking season are ramping up across Australian farms, and growers are in the midst of planning and recruiting their seasonal labour force to ensure they can maximise...

Unintended consequences of new farm labour regulations

By Beth Orton Preparations for the peak fruit-picking season are ramping up across Australian farms, and growers are in the midst of planning and recruiting their seasonal labour force to ensure they can maximise...

Unintended consequences of new farm labour regulations

By Beth Orton Preparations for the peak fruit-picking season are ramping up across Australian farms, and growers are in the midst of planning and recruiting their seasonal labour force to ensure they can maximise...

Viewpoint: U.S. Intelligence Needs Another Reinvention

By Amy Zegart, The Atlantic After failing to detect the 9/11 plot, spy agencies reinvented themselves for an age of terrorism, but a new generation of technological threats requires a new round of reforms....

The way we think about national security needs to change

By Ewen Levick Forty years ago, Steve Jobs walked into a long concrete office building in Palo Alto, California. The building belonged to Xerox, the company that had recently invented the first ‘windows and...

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